Note to our ICS community

To our ICS community,

As an important member of our InConcert Sierra “family,” I am writing to let you know what the board and staff have been doing during the “Pandemic pause.”

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An update on InConcert during COVID-19

We’ve been receiving thoughtful questions about how InConcert Sierra is doing during this first month of the COVID-19 shelter-in-place situation.

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Nevada County Read and Writes w/ Songs of our Community

Station Eleven and the Traveling Symphony

The Nevada County Community Library partnered with InConcert Sierra to provide free concerts as part of “The Big Read.” This season’s book choice is “Station Eleven” by Emily St. John Mandel. The story describes a world of hope after loss, and the power of art and relationships to fulfill and sustain us.

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The impact InConcert makes on the community is significant!


InConcert strives to bring the best in classical and choral music to our community —

and our passion for education and outreach has no bounds!

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Why our programs are printed in black and white…

Our programs – We are sometimes asked why we don’t print our programs in color. Due to the variety of our annual concerts, InConcert changes our program content for each and every concert. We’ve heard from attendees that they enjoy reading the program due to the interesting information relative to each performance. Some concert-goers have forgotten to take their program home and afterwards called to have us send them one! Color printing would increase our printing cost by approximately $2000 per concert. We could make one color program to use all season and insert each month’s program with a few pages of notes, but that wouldn’t be nearly as fun and informative to read! We also think that shepherding your donations wisely by not incurring the additional expense is the right thing to do. We hope you enjoy reading our programs, as much we enjoy creating them for you!